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Experiment #14

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / near Pompeii, Italy (24 August 79 A.D.)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / near Pompeii, Italy (24 August 79 A.D.)
2. The citizens of Pompeii trying to flee the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / the port of Pompeii (24 August 79 A.D.)
3. The Forum / Pompeii, Italy - perspective from 100 feet above the Forum looking downward (during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, 24 August 79 A.D.)

Comments: This is an interesting session. The viewer perceives, labels, and sketches the mountain (Mt. Vesuvius) with the first ideogram (page 1). Following this, the remainder of the session focuses mainly on Pompeii. Structures are identified and sketched on pages 2 and 3. The sketch of the structure on page 3 containing a domed or curved roof and arched openings in the facade is very appropriate for the architecture of the city and period, as evidenced by the ruins of Pompeii which are still standing today. The deduction of the Parthenon on page 3 is also of interest due to parallels in structural styles. On page 5 the viewer clearly identifies extensive human activity that involves movement, smoke, and structures. The senses in Phase 2 on page 6 are very accurate, especially sounds of voices and "booming," extreme variations in temperatures, smoke that "hurts the nostrils," and other items that are appropriate for this target. The Phase 3 sketch on page 7 is particularly useful, showing subjects, structures with architecture that is appropriate for this city and period, and smoke rising from between the buildings. In the beginning of Phase 4, the viewer perceives all the shouting, subjects, and structures that are appropriate for this target, as well as the concepts of death (page 8). On page 9 the viewer notes that "the activity itself is the center of my perspective," which is appropriate for a target with such a high level of activity. Further descriptions of the structures (including a sketch on page 18) are architecturally accurate. On page 14, the viewer perceives a subject in a horizontal position inside a structure, and suspects that the person may be dead. When shifting his perspective to the third numbered aspect, the viewer correctly re-locates his perspective above Pompeii, looking downward (page 15), as specified in the target specific. He notes the structures and subjects below his observation point. On page 16, the viewer again perceives intense emotions (although he makes some decoding errors regarding some emotional types). He perceives an urban environment, death, and lots of activity (again, page 16). On page 17, the viewer records perceiving what amounts to pandemonium on the surface, many people moving about, a city, loud booming and popping sounds, and lots of yelling.

Note: Some session pages you may want to compare with the picture below.

Source: http://wings.buffalo.edu/AandL/Maecenas/general_contents.html
and
http://wings.buffalo.edu/AandL/Maecenas/italy_except_rome_and_sicily/pompeii/ac881723.html
Click on image to go to source.

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